SOCIEATY – Featuring Mui Kee, Tenjin, Peperoni Pizzeria, Tarte by Cheryl Koh And More Under One Roof, At Farrer Park

Another day, another multi-food restaurant concept in Singapore. After Singapura Heritage at The Seletar Mall and The Hainan Story at Hillion Mall, SOCIEATY by Les Amis Group features the best of the group’s favourite offerings under one roof. Housed in the former Escape of One Farrer Hotel, SOCIEATY contains seven of the Les Amis Group’s
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Another day, another multi-food restaurant concept in Singapore. After Singapura Heritage at The Seletar Mall and The Hainan Story at Hillion Mall, SOCIEATY by Les Amis Group features the best of the group’s favourite offerings under one roof.

Housed in the former Escape of One Farrer Hotel, SOCIEATY contains seven of the Les Amis Group’s concepts, including Tenjin, Hong Kong congee brand Mui Kee, Sushi Jin, Peperoni Pizzeria, Lemak Boys, NamNam and Tarte.

Diners would just need to order by scanning a QR code, with access to more than 100 dishes across the seven concepts.

Mui Kee
The original stall of Mui Kee Congee 妹記生滾粥品 in Hong Kong is located at Level 3 of Fa Yuen Street Market Mong Kok, known for its heartiness and incredibly smooth texture. What makes each bowl of congee special is that it is prepared from scratch.

Regular favourites at Mui Kee include Parrot Fish Belly Congee, Sliced Beef Congee, Homemade Pork Meatballs Congee, while premium options include a decadent Alaskan Crab Leg Congee.

The signature fish belly congee in particular is well-loved for a delicious smokiness with wok-hei; best paired with dishes such as Drunken Chicken in Shaoxing Wine ($10) and Poached Kai Lan ($8). Mui Kee (Shaw Centre)

Tenjin
Tenjin serves up Tempura Donburi with Premium Toko-Jo ($22.80), Special Jo ($14.80), Vegetable Yasai ($12.80) and Prawn Ebi ($17.80) sets.

These Tendon come with crispy pieces of seafood and/or vegetable tempura served atop a bed of fluffy Hoshi-Jirushi rice from the Ibaraki prefecture.

All tendons are served with miso soup and Kyabetsu salad, with choice of regular or spicy tare (sauce). Tenjin (Raffles City)

NamNam
Casual Vietnamese quick-service concept NamNam serves up a variety of noodles, including Vietnam’s famous Hanoi Pho with options of Pho Chicken, Pho Australian Beef Steak Slices, Vegetarian with brown rice noodles, and Australian beef combination.

Broths are boiled over 24 hours, garnished with freshly chopped herbs, with no added MSG.

Peperoni Pizzeria
Pepperoni Pizzaria is popular for comforting Italian classics and wood-fired pizzas, with range of flavours from Margherita, Funghi, Hawaiian, Meatball & Scallion, Chicken Truffle, Portobello, Carne (meatballs, bacon, pepperoni, mozzarella), to Frutti Di Mare.

Lemak Boys (Opening mid-Dec 2020)
Lemak Boys is one of the newest concept of the Les Amis Group, and the three chefs (also featured in the logo) were from Indigo Blue Kitchen right next door.

The key component which is coconut rice while light, fluffy, and slightly fragrant, came room-temperature cold and a tad oily to my liking.

As for the other ingredients I tried, there were a couple of hits and misses. The chunky square of juicy otah, and the crispy fried chicken berempah with spiced-fragrance were the highlights. Lemak Boys (Shaw House)

Tarte
Tarte started out as a takeaway retail concept by Les Amis Group’s Pastry Chef Cheryl Koh.

The store’s popularity went up, especially after when Chef Koh was named “Asia’s Best Pastry Chef” in the Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards.

Chef Koh shared that she wasn’t aiming to be super creative nor complicated, just a simple goal to create the best version of classic desserts.

She hopes that if someone thinks of the best chocolate tart or strawberry tart, hers will be top of mind.

The tarts are available in more than ten flavours – an individual tart size is at 8cm diameter.

They are grouped according to “Fresh Fruit” – Cherry, Strawberry, Pear, Passionfruit Meringue, Clementine, Mixed Seasonal Fruit; “Chocolate & Nut” – Dark Chocolate, Pistachio and Hazelnut Tart; and “Seasonal”. Tarte by Cheryl Koh (Shaw Centre)

SOCIEATY
1 Farrer Park Station Road, #01-01A One Farrer Hotel & Spa, Singapore 217562
Opening Hours: Lunch 11:30am – 2:30pm Last Order 2pm, Dinner 5:30pm – 10pm Last Order 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

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